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Welcome to SiteTestRun, the ultimate external server performance monitoring and analysis toolbox! You need to login or register now for a free account now in order to be able to run any of the tests we support. If you're not sure what each test does then simply click on the "What's this?" button for an explanation of the test. Any test will be run immediately and the results shown on the next page.

What's this?

URL:


HTTP Page Request

This will make an HTTP query against this site and measure DNS time, time for the TCP connection to establish, time until the server returns the first byte, and the size of the header and payload. Our APEs will download a maximum file size of 1MB.

What's this?

URL:


HTTP Full Page Request

This will make an HTTP query against this site, but rather than just retrieve the first object it will download all elements on the web page (Images, CSS files, JavaScript etc).

What's this?

URL:


HTTP Compression Test

This will make an HTTP request against this site and send the appropriate HTTP headers to say SiteTestRun supports compression. It will then monitor the server response and show if the server compressed the returned data or not.

What's this?

FQDN or IP:


ICMP Ping

This test is one of the most basic forms of network connectivity testing. This will send 4 ICMP "echo request" messages to the target server, and hopefully will receive an "echo response" from the server. It's quite common for firewalls to block ICMP so you won't always expect a response.

What's this?

FQDN:
DNS Server (optional):


DNS A Record

This is a standard DNS request to resolve a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of a server to its IP address. By default it will use one of the SiteTestRun DNS servers to make the query, however you can specify the option of an IP address of a specific DNS server on the Internet to use.

What's this?

Domain:
DNS Server (optional):


DNS MX Record

This test will look at the target domain name (the last part of an email address) and try to find out the name of the mail servers that handle incoming emails for that domain. By default it will use one of the SiteTestRun DNS servers to make the query, however you can specify the option of an IP address of a specific DNS server on the Internet to use.

What's this?

Domain:
DNS Server (optional):


DNS NS Record

This test will look at the target domain name (the last part of an email address) and try to find out the DNS Name Servers that look after the DNS records for that domain. By default it will use one of the SiteTestRun DNS servers to make the query, however you can specify the option of an IP address of a specific DNS server on the Internet to use.

What's this?

FQDN:
DNS Server (optional):


DNS DNSSEC

This will make a DNS request for the record entered, and set the DNSSEC OK bit (DO) in the additional section of the query. DNSSEC (short for DNS Security Extensions) adds security to the Domain Name System. By default it will use one of the SiteTestRun DNS servers to make the query, however you can specify the option of an IP address of a specific DNS server on the Internet to use.

What's this?

Domain or IP:


Whois Query

This will look up domain name records in the databases maintained by several Network Information Centers (NICs). It should show information about when the domain was created/modified, who owns it and which DNS Name servers are registered to answer queries for it. If you enter an IP address then it should tell you who owns or is responsible for that IP.

What's this?

FQDN or IP:


SSL Certificate Info

This will connect to a server on TCP port 443 and request an SSL certificate. It will then show any details from the certificate including expiry date, SSL/TLS version, cipher, encryption level and timeout values etc.



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Our APEs:

The SiteTestRun APEs (Automated Polling Engines) have performed 5,631 tests against 123 servers to date.

Our APEs are situated in multiple locations around the world, providing website performance monitoring from wherever your sites need to accessed.
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Did You Know:

We are currently in the alpha testing stages of SiteTestRun. We have a number of features and tests already available, and are allowing new users to register on the site and use these. There are currently no SLA's or guarentees that the site will be available 24x7 or any tests work! :-)
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